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Bill Hurley III to skip British Open for sister’s wedding

Bill Hurley III to skip British Open for sister’s wedding

Bill Hurley III has the whole world on one side and sister's wedding on other side! He has informed the organizes, he is not going to participate in the forthcoming British Open golf championship in spite of the fact that British Open is one of most prestigious championships in the world. The reason is simple. Hurley has to attend his sister's wedding at Leesburg, his childhood home. Hurley has stated, "I do not want to miss my sister's wedding for the World and I also think that from the perspective of my family members, my sister and her husband need my support."

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Exercising Helps Boost Children’s Brain Power

Exercising Helps Boost Children’s Brain Power

A team comprising international experts has confirmed that giving time to children for exercising and running around, away from classrooms, is instrumental in enhancing the brain power of the children. A consensus statement, containing signatures of 24 researchers belonging to eight nations, reveals that exercise is imperative for the physical and mental wellbeing of children and is helpful in perking up their academic outcomes.

Brexit vote may have an impact on Britain’s science & higher learning

Brexit vote may have an impact on Britain’s science & higher learning

Britain’s recent decision to leave the European Union (EU) would likely have an impact not only on the country’s plummeting financial economy but also on its scientific research programs, many experts believe.

Philip Jones, research director of the Climate Research Unit of University of East Anglia, said that the Brexit vote created uncertainty, but he expressed hope that science wouldn’t be forgotten amid the ruckus. Calling the vote “depressing,” he argued that it wouldn’t help.

Britain’s decision to exit European Union affects all aspects of British society

Britain’s decision to exit European Union affects all aspects of British society

The decision taken by Britain to move out of the European Union has impacted all aspects of British society, including science. The Royal Astronomical Society, working to advance science research, has taken a break from endorsing latest findings on Friday in astronomy and geophysics to discuss the results of the referendum.

In a statement, the organization wrote that as the result is clear now, although by a thin margin, the entire scientific community, such as the RAS, will have to think over the implications for research in the UK.

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Dental Leader Warns Against Cake Culture at Offices

Dental Leader Warns Against Cake Culture at Offices

A dental expert has strongly condemned the cake culture prevalent at offices, since this way of life is resulting in obesity outbreak and diminishing dental health. Professor Nigel Hunt, the Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons, has urged people to get fruit platter in the place of doughnuts, cookies and biscuits at workplace.

Richmond woman surprisingly got British accent after undergoing jaw surgery

Richmond woman surprisingly got British accent after undergoing jaw surgery

A Richmond woman, who has never been to Britain, all of the sudden has an accent change. This all started after Lisa Alamia underwent a jaw surgery. She has never learnt a British accent, but now she talks entirely in it. This is surprising to all her friends and family. Anxious Alamia is looking for cause that left her with the foreign accent.

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Research Finds 25% Children Ordering Fast-Food at School

Research Finds 25% Children Ordering Fast-Food at School

A prohibition on the deliveries of fast food to schools is being recommended by health professionals after the disturbing outcomes of a poll. The survey suggested that 25% of teenage school children are ordering the takeaway deliveries of fast food at their playground. The recommendation to impose the ban was made by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH).

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